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In case you missed them, you can read Part 1 and Part 2 here.

09/13/2020 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Egypt went into COVID-19 lockdown in March, causing Nady Awad Morgan to lose his only source of employment as a daily laborer. Desperate, Nady wondered how he could provide for his family. Partnering with International Christian Concern (ICC), he initiated a small business selling food on a Tok Tok, a common form of transportation in Egypt.

Because of ICC’s partnership with Nady, his family is provided for and his son can stay in school. The Tok Tok was a lifeline as they struggled to survive.

“This tricycle will help me to tour other villages beside my village, but for now I will focus on my village here,” Nady told ICC. “The project will grow in upcoming days. I will tour the other villages; it is important for me to make a good reputation here. Then, I can make a good reputation in the other villages.”

Nady, to this day, is grateful and satisfied. He remains positive and extremely encouraged. Nady thanked ICC, saying that with some of the profit he will be able to provide for his family. Including Youssef’s education.

“I want to let him get a good education and be a good man,” Nady said.

ICC would like to thank all those involved in donating to projects like Nady’s. Your donations provide opportunities to persecuted Christians around the world like Nady.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1599743401347{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]

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